Appeared (as "John Penry") in "Land of My Fathers", Cardiff, Wales, UK.
5 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
1 Article |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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This is very odd the way that Carry Ons are just starting to get mentioned: why are they suddenly fashionable? They're even starting to justify the bad scripts now! and talk about the classlessness of them. What hogwash! You can only call a mess a mess.
Kept falling asleep while filming Carry on Nurse
(1959), due to the combination of warm studio lights and acting on a bed. When director Gerald Thomas
woke him up, Kenny would swear blind that he wasn't asleep. So the next time it happened, Thomas put a sign around his neck, and took a photograph. When Kenny tried to wriggle his way out of it again with protestations of not being asleep, Gerald ...
Flaring nostrils & a nasal 'posh' accent